This is the README file for `bibtopic', a LaTeX package for including several bibliographies in a document. These bibliographies might be considered to cover different topics (hence the name) or bibliographic material (e.g., primary and secondary literature) and the like. You'll have to create a separate .bib file for each of these bibliographies. If you want to have per-chapter bibliographies in a document, have a look at the packages `bibunits' or `chapterbib' instead. The package is a modified version of Pierre Basso's `bibtopics.sty' (ftp://ftp.univ-rennes1.fr/pub/gut/contrib/bibtopics/); it is distibuted under the GNU General Public License (see bibtopic.ins for details). To produce style + documentation, you need to download the files `bibtopic.ins' and `bibtopic.dtx'. Run LaTeX on bibtopic.ins and follow the instructions. Happy TeXing! firstname.lastname@example.org Pierre.Basso@lim.univ-mrs.fr
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bibtopic – Include multiple bibliographies in a document
The package allows the user to include several bibliographies covering different ‘topics’ or bibliographic material into a document (e.g., one bibliography for primary literature and one for secondary literature). The package provides commands to include either all references from a .bib file, only the references actually cited or those not cited in your document. The user has to construct a separate .bib file for each bibliographic ‘topic’, each of which will be processed separately by BibTeX.If you want to have bibliographies specific to one part of a document, see the packages bibunits or chapterbib.
|License||GNU General Public License|
|Contained in||TeXLive as bibtopic|
|MiKTeX as bibtopic|
BibTeX citation support|
multiple BibTeX bibliographies in a document